What Are The Requirements For An Indiana Handgun License?

You may try contacting your local law enforcement agency to see if they can accommodate you while on leave. What can cause an Indiana Handgun License application to be denied? The following can cause an Indiana Handgun License application to be denied:- Convicted of a felony – Had a previous handgun license that was suspended unless it has been reinstated – Under the age of 18 – Under the age of 23 if the person has been adjudicated a delinquent child for an act that would be a felony if committed by an adult – Arrested for a Class A or Class B felony for an offense committed before July 1, 2014, for a Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, or Level 4 felony for an offense committed after June 30, 2014, or any other felony that was committed while armed with a deadly weapon or that involved the use of violence, if a court has found probable cause to believe that the person committed the offense charged.

Other requirements:- Have a proper reason to carry a handgun – Be of good character and reputation – Be a proper person to be licensed – Be a citizen of the United States or not a citizen of the United States but is allowed to carry a firearm in the United States under federal law – does not have a conviction for resisting law enforcement under IC 35-44. 1-3-1 within five (5) years before the person applies for a license or permit under this chapter; – does not have a conviction for a crime for which the person could have been sentenced for more than one (1) year; – does not have a conviction for a crime of domestic violence (as defined in IC 35-31. 5-2-78), unless a court has restored the person’s right to possess a firearm under IC 35-47-4-7; – is not prohibited by a court order from possessing a handgun; – does not have a record of being an alcohol or drug abuser as defined in this chapter; – does not have documented evidence which would give rise to a reasonable belief that the person has a propensity for violent or emotionally unstable conduct; – does not make a false statement of material fact on the person’s application; – does not have a conviction for any crime involving an inability to safely handle a handgun; – does not have a conviction for violation of the provisions of this article within five (5) years of the person’s application; – does not have an adjudication as a delinquent child for an act that would be a felony if committed by an adult, if the person applying for a license or permit under this chapter is less than twenty-three (23) years of age; – has not been involuntarily committed, other than a temporary commitment for observation or evaluation, to a mental institution by a court, board, commission, or other lawful authority; – has not been the subject of a:- ninety (90) day commitment as a result of proceeding under IC 12-26-6; or – regular commitment under IC 12-26-7; or has not been found by a court to be mentally incompetent, including being found:- not guilty by reason of insanity; – guilty but mentally ill; or – incompetent to stand trial.

If you are deployed with the Military, in most cases you will have to wait to get home because you have to get fingerprinted and visit your local law enforcement agency for approval. You may try contacting your local law enforcement agency to see if they can accommodate you while on leave.

What can cause an Indiana Handgun License application to be denied? The following can cause an Indiana Handgun License application to be denied:- Convicted of a felony – Had a previous handgun license that was suspended unless it has been reinstated – Under the age of 18 – Under the age of 23 if the person has been adjudicated a delinquent child for an act that would be a felony if committed by an adult – Arrested for a Class A or Class B felony for an offense committed before July 1, 2014, for a Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, or Level 4 felony for an offense committed after June 30, 2014, or any other felony that was committed while armed with a deadly weapon or that involved the use of violence, if a court has found probable cause to believe that the person committed the offense charged.

In the case of an arrest under this subdivision, a license to carry a handgun may be issued to a person who has been acquitted of the specific offense charged or if the charges for the specific offense are dismissed. The superintendent shall prescribe all forms to be used in connection with the administration of this chapter.

How do I renew my Indiana Handgun License and what is the cost? You can renew your license using the online form starting 365 days before the expiration date on the license. If it has already expired it is no longer valid but you can still renew the permit.

If you submit a renewal within 30 days of the expiration date, the license is automatically extended until the application has been approved or denied. The renewal fee for a four year license is a $10 local fee and a $30 state fee. 5 of the local fee and the entire state fee is refunded if no license is issued.

The fee for a lifetime license is a $40 local fee and a $60 state fee with a current valid license. 30 of the local fee and the entire state fee is refunded if no license is issued. There is also a $9. 99 fee for using MorphoTrust Electronic Fingerprinting.